AND coronavirus* OR covid* OR pandemic* OR epidemic*
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Make sure to search the ProQuest Central and Statista databases:
Fill in any research gaps with these article databases:
Here are links to two article searches and an example of a peer-reviewed (scholarly) article.
This is an example of a scholarly article, found by clicking "Peer-reviewed" on the search page.
How do you know a "Scholarly Article" (also referred to as academic articles or peer-reviewed articles) when you come across one?
Articles in different fields may differ slightly. A scholarly article comparing two works of literature will lack data, graphs, and discussions of methodology. A scientific paper about a new medication SHOULD have all of these things:
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